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Hard times tear coupled seabirds apart

Two Black-browed albatross rub their bills together

Climate change spells bad news for black-browed albatross couples, with ‘divorce’ more common when sea-surface temperatures are warmer than usual. Credit: Doug Gimesy/Nature Picture Library

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Nature 600, 10 (2021)



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    Ventura, F., Granadeiro, J. P., Lukacs, P. M., Kuepfer, A. & Catry, P. Proc. R. Soc. B (2021).

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